Charlotte Gregory, in Lorna Seilstad’s newest book, While Love Stirs, is a young girl who just graduated from Fannie Farmer’s School of Cookery. She soon finds herself giving cooking demonstrations on the gas stove, while lecturing and traveling the country since she was unable to find a chef position in any kitchen. As you can imagine in a historical romance book, she finds herself torn between two different men. Lewis is also working at the demonstrations she gives-he is a singer. They get along great but have no chemistry. On the other hand, there is Dr. Joel Brooks. Dr. Brooks and Charlotte fight constantly, but you can tell they have feelings for one another.
This book was great, and the characters were really entertaining. I liked that it was a nice, easy read while still being entertaining. The relationship between the characters really interested me, and I wanted to see Dr. Brooks and Charlotte together from the first interaction I read about between the two. Although this is not the first book in the series, you do not have to read the others to easily follow the story.
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